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The impact of teacher responsivity education on preschoolers' language and literacy skills

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A study of the effects of teacher conversational responsivity training on preschoolers' language and literacy development over an academic year, with additional analyses of the relationship between language development and both entry level language skills and teachers' frequency of use of specific responsivity strategies, based on data from 230 children and their 49 teachers in 38 diverse early care and education centers
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United States

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